August 9, 2006
Great Moments in Sound History
Charlie Chaplin describes his first impression of sound engineers in the early days of talkies:

    Elaborate radio equipment was installed, involving thousands of electrical wires. Men geared like warriors from Mars sat with earphones while the actors performed, with microphones hovering above them like fishing rods.

quoted in My Autobiography (1964)


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